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The House of Sol 2020 street festival is broadcasting live this year with 100% Chicago DJ talent and limited in-person tickets available.
Mate, a vinyl exclusive label from Spain, returns in two weeks' time with their fifth overall release and second from Detroit deep house maestro Javonntte.
Chicago's infamous Queen! residency moves online this Sunday with Michael Serafini, Garrett David, Lucy Stoole, Nico, Jojo Baby and guests.
Out now on Spain's Mate Records, Garrett David hones a steel edge to the tracks on "Lost & Found."
This year's fundraiser for the Frankie Knuckles Foundation is coming quick... this Sunday, with Michael Serafini and Garrett David from Queen, plus Alan King, Mark Grant and Zac Jones at Metro.
Daylight Savings becomes a date in the Chicago scene as important and exciting as Black Wednesday or New Year's Eve when Smartbar and Metro open their doors for 23 hours straight.
Every city needs a record label like Stripped & Chewed Records. Chicago is just lucky enough to have the original.
The disco music legend CERRONE will be dropping in for a Wednesday afternoon with the Queen! DJs.
The Queen Tracks Part 2, the sequel to the smash 2013 record, features Javonntte on "Clap Ya Hands" and is out next month from our favorite Chicago label Stripped & Chewed.
Maybe some of the best deep house you're going to hear all month as React and Spybar bring the Berlin DJ and producer CINTHIE to Chicago on May 9.
Six events over five straight days close March and the 2019 edition of Daphne at Smartbar with DJ Heather, Vicki Powell, and beginning with a new daytime event series launching on Wednesday.
The annual celebration of Frankie Knuckles' life is going off January 20 2019 in Chicago with Rosabel, Alan King, Derrick Carter, Michael Serafini, Garrett David and Zac Jones at an all-building event at Metro/Smartbar.
Smartbar residents and regulars, a chill out room in Metro and 23 straight hours of repetitive beats mark the Chicago nightclub's second annual morning-to-morning Daylight Savings Time jam.
Lauren Krieger talks to Midwest Techno hero Titonton about the rebirth of Residual Recordings and the future of music beyond us.
Garrett David's "Simple Flourish" joins tracks by Todd Sines, Titonton Duvante and Andreas Saag and Fym on fresh vinyl from Residual.
Long gone and lamented Chicago House Music label Afterhours makes a mutated comeback of sorts on the new Fresh Meat compilation.
Mystical Institute's long-awaited "Shared Growth" EP is the real f'ing deal.